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" Here the sun never enlivened with its splendour the vallies ; nor had Providence designed that it should penetrate their depths. The very grass was tough and sharp as the fangs of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the... "
The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature - Página 328
1795
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The Analytical Review, Or History of Literature, Domestic and ..., Volumen 21

1795
...and caverns, and the ghole* have been panic ftruck at one view. The fun never enlivened the values, nor had providence fixed bounds to its extent. The...the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt m the waters, and poiion in the breeze.' — Vol. ip 114. In perilling the hiftory of the kings of...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1796
...and caverns, and the * ghole have been panic-ftruck at one view. The fun never enlivened the vallics, nor had Providence fixed bounds to its extent. The grafs was tough as the teeth of ftrpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dux-It in the waters, and poifon in the...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1829
...valleys, nor had Providence fixed bounds to their extent. The grass was tough as the teeth of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the water, and poison in the breeze !" He here closing the book, and rising from his recumbent position...
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History of the Rise of the Mahomedan Power in India: Till the Year A, Volumen 2

Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī Firishtah - 1829
...that it should penetrate their depths. The very grass was tough and sharp as the fangs of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the waters, and poison impregnated the breeze. After winding, weary and alarmed, through these dreadful labyrinths,...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volumen 26

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1829
...valleys, nor had Providence fixed bounds to their extent. The grass was tough as the teeth of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the water, and poison in the breeze !" He here closing the book, and rising from his recumbent position...
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The British Colonies: Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources, Volumen 5

Robert Montgomery Martin - 185?
...wandering through gloomy defiles, where the very grass was tough and sharp as the fangs of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the waters, poison impregnated the breeze." On one occasion, having halted at night, in a spot so rugged as to...
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Our Indian empire and the adjacent countries, Volumen 1

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1879
...wandering through gloomy defiles, where the very grass was tough and sharp as the fangs of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the waters, poison impregnated the breeze." On one occasion, having halted at night, in a spot so rugged as to...
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Tale of the Tulsi Plant and Other Studies

C.A. Kincaid - 1994 - 190 páginas
...that it should penetrate their depths. The very grass was tough and sharp as the fange of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the waters and poison impregnated the breeze." As we started I quoted the first sentence of this passage to the Diwan...
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The United Service Magazine, Volumen 1;Volumen 74

Arthur William Alsager Pollock - 1854
...valleys, nor had Providence fixed bounds to its extent ; the grass was tough as the teeth of serpents, and the air fetid as the breath of dragons. Death dwelt in the waters, and poison in the breeze." This is a fine piece of orientalism — I should say a perfect one, but for...
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